For those of you who do not pay attention:
#1 - Browns are playing the Bucs - NOT the Jags
#2 - Bucs have already won a game - IN Pittsburgh
#3 - Unless they're playing the Raiders, the Browns really don't cover any high spreads
Bet Tampa Bay +6.5 and throw some on the ML as well
Oh and another thing, the Bucs record makes them look worse than they actually are. 2 of their losses were in OT and another game was lost by 2 pts in the very end.
At the same time, don't let Browns record make u think they've turned things dramatically around either. No excuse for being MANHANDLED by Jags and they really struggled to get a comeback victory in Tennessee.
Para Aquellos de ustedes Que No Presta Atención:
# 1 - Browns estan Jugando los Bucs - No los Jaguares
# 2 - Bucs ya de han ganado la ONU Juego - en Pittsburgh
# 3 - A Menos Que Estan Jugando Los Raiders, Los Browns REALMENTE no cubren Ninguna diferenciales altos
Apuesta Tampa Bay 6.5 y arrojar Algo en el ML, Asi
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The Cleveland Browns enter November with a winning record for the first time in seven seasons and they have a chance to pad that mark against one of the league's worst teams Sunday. The Browns aim to solidify their standing in the AFC North when they host the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, who have lost three straight, including two overtime defeats. Cleveland is right in the thick of the division race and has dreams of its first trip to the playoffs since 2002.
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